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Big Spring Campground, Blue Mountains, Washington

   

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Unsurprisingly there are restrooms here, and naturally it could be hard to get to a primitive campground like this one, but it's worth the effort. Outdoors recreation is bountiful, some of the exciting stuff you can do is playing golf, whitewater paddling, and hiking, so running out of exciting stuff to do won’t happen. Everybody should go for a camping trip from time to time, and Big Spring Campground in Washington is a really good site to spend some time.
Big Spring Campground is positioned in the Blue Mountains. The good variety of local attractions and the nearby outdoors recreation will make you glad you came.
Experience the outdoors
 
    in Washington at its most excellent at a primitive campground such as this one. Amenities and facilities are few in primitive campgrounds such as this one, and this primitive campground is located in a tremendously charming location.
 It's just not possible to run out of entertaining stuff to do close to Big Spring Campground; when you're here you're always having a good time.

Camping in Washington is such a fun thing to do. The 2,461 foot altitude difference Bear Creek Trail is a pretty spot to go backcountry trekking; it's 8.3 miles of magnificent backcountry trekking. In the event that you crave a tough walk, Bear Creek Trail necessitates roughly one and a half days to walk. The variation in elevation is 702 feet for a gorgeous 6.8-mile-long backcountry hiking trail around here; we are naturally chatting about the Tucannon River Trail. You need five hours to backcountry walk the Tucannon River Trail; it's a hard backcountry
 
walk. With its 2,063 foot elevation variation it's a gorgeous hiking and backpacking trail; the July Ridge Trail is 5.  

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Other campgrounds near Big Spring Campground, Blue Mountains, Washington:

   Alder Thicket Campground, Garfield County, 2 miles away
      
   Rose Springs Sno-Park, Pomeroy, 2 miles away
      
   Spruce Spring Campground, Garfield County, 2 miles away
      
   Teal, Pomeroy, 3 miles away
      
   Forest Boundary, Pomeroy, 3 miles away
      
   Pataha Campground, Garfield County, 4 miles away
      
   Misery Spring Campground, Garfield County, 7 miles away
      
   Wooten SWRA, Pomeroy, 8 miles away
      
   Deer/Watson Lake, Pomeroy, 8 miles away
      
   Waterman Gulch, Pomeroy, 8 miles away
      

Paddling Rivers Near Big Spring Campground, Blue Mountains, Washington:

   Grande Ronde River, Asotin County, 15 miles away
      Class II-III - 19.5 miles long (Troy to Boggan's Oasis)

   Grande Ronde River, Asotin County, 22 miles away
      Class II-IV - 27 miles long (Boggan's Oasis to Snake River)


Public Lands near Big Spring Campground, Blue Mountains, Washington:

   Umatilla National Forest, Oregon, 25 miles away

   Central Ferry State Park, Washington, 26 miles away

   Fields Spring State Park, Washington, 27 miles away

   Minam State Recreation Area, Oregon, 31 miles away

   Hells Gate State Park, Idaho, 35 miles away


Trails near Big Spring Campground, Blue Mountains, Washington:

   Bear Creek Trail, Garfield County, 4 miles away
      8.3 hiking miles, 2461 feet elevation difference

   Tucannon River Trail, Garfield County, 4 miles away
       6.8 hiking miles, 702 feet elevation difference

   July Ridge Trail, Garfield County, 7 miles away
       5.4 hiking miles, 2063 feet elevation difference

   Mount Misery Trail, Columbia County, 7 miles away
       22.8 hiking miles, 969 feet elevation difference

   North Fork Asotin Creek Trail, Garfield County, 7 miles away
      8.9 hiking miles, 2760 feet elevation difference

   Melton Creek Trail, Garfield County, 7 miles away
       16.4 hiking miles, 4283 feet elevation difference

   Low Saddle Trail, Asotin County, 7 miles away
       11.2 hiking miles, 1856 feet elevation difference


Golf Courses Near Big Spring Campground, Blue Mountains, Washington:

   Pomeroy Golf Club, Pomeroy, 12 miles away


Current weather conditions at Big Spring Campground, Blue Mountains, Washington
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Local climate location: POMEROY 12 miles away


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